More Stephanie Earls Articles

  • 'Karma Hour' at Bristol benefits TESSA of Colorado Springs

    Updated: Tue, Oct 7, 2014

    We all could use a little good karma. Why not earn those cosmic brownie points while you imbibe at Bristol Brewing’s Karma Hour, a benefit for TESSA of Colorado Springs, 5-9 p.m. Tuesday (Oct. 7) at the Bristol Tasting Room at the Ivywild School, 1604 S. Cascade Ave. During the event,...

  • Tough Talks: Don't wait until a crisis to discuss sensitive subjects with aging parents

    Updated: Mon, Oct 6, 2014

    Mary Troublefield saw the first, subtle signs in her grandfather almost 20 years ago, when he was driving her cross-country. "I was 19, and he was in his 70s. I called my mom afterward and said something like 'He just doesn't have that reaction time like he should,'" said...

  • Newest 'Drinker's Guide to Colorado' released, with expanded vision

    Updated: Mon, Oct 6, 2014

    Free beer! Have we got your attention? Good, because the 8th edition of the “Drinker’s Guide to Colorado”— expanded to a new, guidebook-style format that includes makers of wine and spirits — comes with a book of coupons worth more than $300 in free suds and “other great...

  • We want you: A spooky story in need of an ending

    Updated: Mon, Oct 6, 2014

    Gazette reporter Stephanie Earls has written the beginning to a spooky tale. How it ends is up to you. Creative writers in grades 1 through 8 are invited to finish the story, in 250 words or less, for the chance to win Halloween-themed prizes and, for one overall winner, publication of...

  • Battle against lung cancer could be fought, won on molecular level

    Updated: Mon, Oct 6, 2014

    Much of what we know about lung cancer - and cancers in general - is the result not of scientific certainty but statistical suggestion and, on occasion, probability. Cancer is a moving target; no truth seems to hold across an entire population. Our best and only defense is to avoid...

  • After year-long search, pastor tapped to lead Woodmen Valley Chapel

    Updated: Sun, Oct 5, 2014

    After a nine-month, nationwide search that included an initial candidate pool of more than 1,000, the congregations of Woodmen Valley Chapel in Colorado Springs is officially welcoming Joshua Lindstrom as lead pastor of teaching and worship. A series of weekend installation services...

  • Colorado Springs brewery takes medal at Great American Beer Festival

    Updated: Sat, Oct 4, 2014

    DENVER - Despite the party atmosphere, The Great American Beer Festival in Denver - North America's premier annual gathering for brewers and beer fans - is first and foremost a beer geek thing. "This is a little different than an outdoor summer beer fest. It's not just about drinking...

  • Great American Beer Fest survival tip: Have a beer plan, stick to it

    Updated: Sat, Oct 4, 2014

    The Great American Beer Festival wraps up tonight with an evening session that, according to those who’ve experienced it, tends to be the most enthusiastic (raucous?) and crowded of the three-day fest. Here are a few survival tips from beer insiders: Mike Bristol, of Bristol...

  • Home is where the hearth is: Cozy up to a fireplace

    Published: Sat, Oct 4, 2014

    Just as porches and patios are warm-weather hubs, when temperatures drop and dusk comes early, focus turns inward to the fireplace, the historical heart of the home in concept as well as construction. Though rarely used as a main, sole heat source in modern times, roughly 60 percent...

  • Starbucks tests craft beer-inspired latte, but not in Colorado

    Updated: Wed, Oct 1, 2014

    We know that coffee and beer are two great tastes that, for the most part, taste great together. Some of our favorite seasonal beers are porters and stouts infused with smoky coffee elements, in fact. Yum. Coffee-flavored beer is one thing, but beer-flavored coffee? Based on our...

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